The answer to your question, "How do I get a refund from LinkedIn?" can be found right here in this article. LinkedIn is an American employment-oriented and business services site that operates via mobile apps and websites. However, it is mainly used for employers to post jobs and find employees and for job seekers who can post their portfolios and resume's to their LinkedIn profile. Currently, you can get a free basic account on Linkedln to maintain a professional profile, a premium account if you are a talented professional looking for work, or even a premium essentials subscription plan (available in some regions) designed for those who want to develop their career.
Most Fees are Non-Refundable; However, There are Some Exceptions. Payments, fees, and other charges for premium subscriptions, pay-per-action products, and individual Linkedln learning courses, are non-refundable. These subscriptions include Business, Premium Career, LinkedIn Learning, Sales Navigator, and Recruiter, just to name a few. However, there are some exceptions, especially when it comes to specific jurisdictions. If you feel that there should be an exception in your situation and you should be granted a refund, you can request an account review by feeling out a short online form that can be found on the Linkedln website. Click here for more information.
There are applicable laws in various jurisdictions that may qualify you for a refund. One example of this is if you utilize the Linkedln services for yourself rather than on behalf of a business and live in the Netherlands or Denmark. In this case, Linkedln will cancel your subscription plan by giving you a month's notice and then will refund the amount remaining for your subscription period.
Another exception is made for citizens of the European Union who are entitled to a full refund for 14 days after the start of their subscription. You are also entitled to a refund under special terms and conditions, from your bank, if you used a direct debit Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA), to make a purchase. This refund must be claimed within 8 weeks of your account being debited.
To cancel your Linkedln premium subscription, go to the Linkedln website and log in to your account. Click on the "me" icon found at the top right of the LinkedIn homepage. From the settings dropdown menu, select "Premium subscriptions". On the right rail, under Manage Premium account, click "Cancel subscription", then click, "Continue". After canceling a Premium subscription, all of the Premium features, such as InMails, will be terminated at the end of your billing cycle. If you purchased your Premium subscription through the iOS app, you will need to Contact Apple to inquire about refunds and cancellations. To contact an Apple support agent via chat or email, click the "No Thanks, Continue" button in the app or click contact a Linkedln rep now.
Pay-per-action products are charged per click, applicant, impression, etc. These products include Sponsored Jobs, LinkedIn Ads, and other products that charge you per action. Any actions already charged and delivered are non-refundable. Individual
Each individual learning course on Linkedln that you purchase comes with a 30-day refund guarantee. However, after the one-month period, the courses become non-refundable. Unless otherwise specified at checkout, all courses will remain available to you as long as you have your LinkedIn account. Although rare, courses may be removed as necessary for legal purposes. For more information about subscriptions and refunds, click here to contact a support agent.
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